Remaining Athletic As We Age

Remaining athletic, highly capable and active as life progresses is essential to reducing the risk of injury and preserving health. Below are 10 ways to ensure that your workouts are helping you to remain athletic, highly capable and healthy for as long as possible.1....

Rotational Training

Rotational training is the blending of core training and strength training. In fact, it is an essential part of both core training and proper strength development. Rotation is actually NOT one of the six foundational movement patterns (squat, hinge, lunge, push, pull,...

Turkish Get Up

The Turkish Get Up (TGU) has numerous benefits, mainly it provides practice transitioning from the ground to a standing position which is a skill human tend to lose as life progresses. The TGU develops spinal stabilization, it synchronizes movement between the upper...

Understanding the Core

“Core” is one of the most common terms used in sports performance, fitness and rehabilitation. There is no aspect of exercise, training and injury prevention more important, yet more misunderstood. It is impossible to move your limbs efficiently if they...

Spring Training Tips

The weather is finally warming up and you’re ready to hit the links. No more overtime in the office for you this spring, you’ve decided that by summertime you’re going to improve your game by at least 10 strokes. Tiger Woods: Watch out! Before you grab your golf bag...

Senior Step Up

Recent research has demonstrated that men and women, over the age of 60, respond to both aerobic and strength-training exercise with greater increases in fitness, strength, functional status and glucose tolerance than any other group of younger men and women. In the...